2007 ‘The Brunette’ Syrah – 96 Pts Halliday
2008 ‘HEAD RED’ Shiraz Viognier – 95 Pts Halliday
2008 ‘The Brunette’ Syrah – 96 Pts Halliday
2008 ‘The Blonde’ Shiraz Viognier – 96 Pts Halliday
2009 ‘The Blonde’ Shiraz Viognier – 97 Pts (Top 100) Halliday
2010 ‘HEAD RED’ Shiraz Viognier – 94 Pts Halliday, Huon Hooke’s ‘Wine of the Week’
2010 ‘The Contrarian’ Syrah– 96 Pts Halliday, 95 Pts Wine Front
2010 ‘Old Vine’ Grenache – 96 Pts Wine Front, 95 Pts Halliday
2010 ‘The Blonde’ – 96 Pts Halliday, 96 Pts Wine Front & Trophy Barossa Wine Show
2010 ‘The Brunette’ – 95+ Pts Wine Front, AFR Magazine Top 20 Wines of the Year.
2011 ‘HEAD RED’ Shiraz – AGE/SMH Good Wine Guide 2013 - Best Value Shiraz
2011 ‘The Brunette’ Shiraz – Gold medal 2012 Barossa Wine Show
2012 ‘Old Vine’ Grenache – Gold Barossa Wine Show
2012 ‘The Contrarian’ Shiraz – 95+Pts Winefront
2012 ‘The Blonde’ Shiraz Viognier – 95Pts Huon Hooke, 95Pts Winefront,
Gold Barossa Wine Show
2012 ‘The Brunette’ Shiraz – Trophy & Wine of Show Marananga Wine Show,
95Pts Huon Hooke, 95Pts Winefront, 2013 Barossa Wine Show Chairmans Trophy
– Most Cellar-worthy Wine of Show
2013 Marananga Wine Show Trophy Most Successful Exhibitor
2013 Barossa Wine Show Trophy Best Small Producer
Each Head Wine not only represents Alex Head's strong views on what makes balanced, drinkable wines but a guarantee of absolute quality, value and consistency. Head Wines is an open journey of learning.
Know from whence you came. If you know whence you came, there are absolutely no limitations to where you can go.
James Arthur Baldwin
Graduating from Sydney University in 1997 with a degree in Biochemistry, Alex entered the Wine Industry. After a trip through the major wine-growing vineyards of Europe, he immediately started working in fine-wine management, wholesale importing and an auction house to gain a broad understanding of the world of fine wine. He then worked vintages with the wineries he held in the highest regard; Tyrrells in the Hunter, Torbreck, Laughing Jack and Cirillo Estate in the Barossa Valley followed and in December of 2008 he gained a Producer's Licence and released his first wines to the public.
When I started out in the wine industry, I quickly fell in love with shiraz from the Barossa Valley, South Australia. However, it was the discovery of shiraz from Côte Rotie in France's Rhone Valley that would ultimately give me the inspiration to work as a winemaker.